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About DeathscytheX

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    THE DEAN OF MEAN
  • Birthday 04/10/1983

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    It's a big universe and there's two!
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    Kriegsville USA
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    anime, gaming, food.
  • Favorite Anime
    My Hero Academia
  • Favorite Game
    Guild Wars 2
  • Favorite Movie
    The Big Lebowski
  • Favorite Book
    Maus I & II
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    Whatever is on Simuldub
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    Overwatch

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  1. DeathscytheX

    ONINAKI

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    Astral Chain

    This looks crazy, and I love it.
  3. I finally passed the anime in the AoT manga. This next half of season 3 is probably going to end before they explain everything, where the titans came from, the world outside the walls, and how everything happened. It's interesting, but I feel like it makes the series lose a major component which was the mystery of why anything was happening. The anime is about to get as intense as season 1 was, but after that I can see people getting bored with the next season unless the really fly through this section of explanations. I don't think they will though because the anime has been the manga verbatim.

    1. Sledgstone

      Sledgstone

      The manga actually explains all that? Wow.. I need to start reading the manga again. 

    2. DeathscytheX

      DeathscytheX

      Yeah, they finally get to Eren's father's basement and everything about the world is revealed through his fathers records. And through that they pretty much spoil who the beast titan is, although I suspect they did that on purpose since they make a big what to do about it before they get there.

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    The Division 2

    I played for a extended period today hitting the max level, getting some specialized gear, and some decent weapons. Pros -The open world is a lot more alive. There are way more enemies, and events that constantly spawn. -There are tons of loot caches everywhere, whether its guns, gear, or crafting components -Mechanically gunplay is the same... each type handles like it did in the first game. TTK is much higher for normals and purples. -Attachments are crafted or awarded and act as a global unlock. You can use them on multiple weapons at once rather than having to unequip or worry about scrapping it by accident when you salvage a weapon. -Enemies no longer grenade spam as much allowing you to utilize cover -Side missions are unique and interesting, rather than the rinse and repeat of the first game... this type of content is regulated to the open world. -The skill variants are nice. The sniper turret is super OP and I expect it to get nerfed... Even though you have to manually operate it, it can one shot normals, and 2 shot almost anything else. A lot of the skills require more manual inputs. Unfortunately it doesn't always work for the best, but thats the price of having a PVP aspect to your game. But each skill has 3-4 options so there is plenty to choose from. Cons -The open world is more alive, but its also repetitive. Sometimes these events get in your way when you just want to go somewhere else. The game is different enough to where you cant just run past enemies and tank it until you escape. You're forced into engagements to get to a lot of places. -The armor plate system is nice to a certain extent, but it has flaws... if you get staggered out of cover under heavy fire, you're just automatically dead. The rushers can be problematic, but its mostly the specialist enemies that hide and spam there ability while you try to clear the mobs to get to them. The grenadier shoots out a very slow arcing nade that will crush your armor plate. its actually pretty annoying because if you're under fire, it sucks to move. But the worst is this enemy that keeps spamming RC cars that explode.... they'll hide way in the back and keep doing it so you have to keep trying to shoot the car and enemies until everyone is dead and you can chase the bastard down. If the car explodes on you it will take your armor and a chunk of your health which doesn't last long at all under fire. -The autopathing needs to be optional... too many times I try to dive/dodge only to take cover facing the opposite way of my enemy and died. Being magnetic to walls is super annoying.
  5. DeathscytheX

    Battlefield V

    I love how they blamed it on everything besides insulting the fan base and telling them not to buy the game.
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    The Division 2

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    Anthem (Bioware's Destiny)

    The loot table being the same for all difficult content is going to make people cry, but if they all have the same difficultly adjustment its ok to me. Hopefully they make auras or something for people that raid.
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    The Division 2

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    Violet Evergarden

    Every time I see a clip, I'm reminded how this is the most beautiful work of animation ever created.
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    Project Blue Book

    The first two eps were interesting, but kind of hit and miss at points... the last two eps have been outstanding, and I think the series found its groove.
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    The Division 2

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    Gamestop's eventual demise.

    While digital sales are the biggest part of this, and was the primary goal of Sony and Microsoft to put them in the grave, they certainly never helped themselves by not selling you a game 3 weeks after it came out because you didn't preorder it. 🙄 Especially since most of these are located near a Walmart are Target where you can just walk across the parking lot and buy the game. They may be around a few more years, but it looks like they're finally going to be gone. I haven't stepped foot in one since they screwed me over on my Destiny 1 special edition. They're still living in the PS2 era trying to push strategy guides and disc insurance, they've never been able to adapt to the current state of gaming.
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